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  • Newport Beach, CA
  • Orange, CA
  • San Clemente, CA
  • San Juan Capistrano, CA
  • Lake Forest, CA
  • Costa Mesa, CA
  • Aliso Viejo, CA
  • Corona, CA
  • 224 Calle Campesino, San Clemente, CA 92672 (949) 637-4578

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Western Area Director Of Sales At Alacritech

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Location:
Orange County, California Area
Industry:
Computer Software
Experience:
Alacritech (Privately Held; Computer Networking industry): Western Area Director of Sales,  (December 2010-Present) Quest Software (Public Company; QSFT; Computer Software industry): Storage Horizon Sales Director,  (January 2009-December 2010) Mon...

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System And Method For Network-Based Document Delivery

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US Patent:
6615234, Sep 2, 2003
Filed:
May 11, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/309757
Inventors:
Bradley S. Adamske - San Juan Capistrano CA
Matthew C. Todish - Austin TX
Assignee:
Taylor Corporation - North Mankato MN
International Classification:
G06F 1516
US Classification:
709203, 709200, 709202, 709206, 709237, 715523, 715526
Abstract:
A system and method for delivering an electronic document over a network, printing in hard copy form at a remote destination, and delivery of the hard copy document to a recipient. A user sends the electronic document to a server over a client-server network (which can be the Internet) where a conversion software program converts the electronic document from its client application format to a printable format (e. g. , a PostScript file). A print preview program then converts printable version of the electronic document to a graphical view format. The user can now preview the document on-line to determine how the hard copy document will look upon delivery. The printable version of the electronic document is then transmitted across a printing network (which can also be the Internet) to a print spooler server. The print spooler server prints a hard copy version of the document on an attached printer. The hard copy document is then either delivered to the recipient or held for pick-up by the recipient.
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